Winter loosens its grip on the frozen north and The Last Alaskans celebrate the sun’s reappearance on the horizon. In the Season 3 finale, big changes are on the horizon.
As winter tightens its grip, the days grow shorter for The Last Alaskans and that means less daylight for checking traps. Heimo and Edna's fur count is way down and when wolves invade their traplines, Edna takes matters into her own hands.
Winter in the Arctic Refuge usually means go time for The Last Alaskans but this year low snowfall is slowing them down - snow machines and dogsleds are useless in these trail conditions.
With winter just weeks away, The Last Alaskans are desperate to fill their smokehouses. The Selden's all pitch in to haul home Tyler's recent moose kill. Heimo and Charlie both worry they might not have meat for the winter months ahead.
With winter fast approaching, The Last Alaskans set out to hunt moose. Heimo and Edna team up together. Tyler draws on gut instinct to stalk an elusive bull. And Charlie soon discovers why the area is called "Starvation Country."
As the seasons turn, the Last Alaskans are gearing up for trapping season. Heimo's newest cabin may have already fallen victim to a marauding bear. Tyler and Ashley are in full swing building a new home for their growing family.
The Last Alaskans are finally home - some for the winter, others for a much shorter stay. Heimo and his youngest daughter Krin hunt for caribou. The Seldens have helpful visitors and an exciting announcement. Bob arrives back at his cabin.
As The Last Alaskans settle in to their fall routines in preparation for winter's trapping season, several visitors make their way out to the cabins. Heimo and Edna roll out the red carpet for their youngest daughter Krinn and new grandson Colby.
As the Arctic Circle's short summer nears its end, The Last Alaskans begin their preparations for another winter on the trapline.
Sons of Winter features the Barks family: homesteaders who have rejected modern living and instead choose to live off the grid and maintain a pioneer lifestyle in northern Saskatchewan.
The Oregon coast bursts with sea life, but is a labyrinth of sandbars and currents. Deadliest Catch: Dungeon Cove goes on board the vessels that navigate this stretch of sea, braving massive waves and unpredictable conditions.
Deep in the Alaskan wilderness lives a newly discovered family who was born and raised wild. Billy Brown, his wife Ami and their seven grown children are unlike any other family in America. The Brown family must work together to survive against the odds.
It's the deadliest job on earth: crab fishing off the Alaskan coast on the icy Bering Sea. These adventurers will battle Arctic weather, brutal waves, and a ticking clock for big money in this modern-day gold rush from which they may never return.
The Captains of Dutch Harbor sit down to swap stories in their very own show. Follow along with VIP tours of boats, past-season recaps and first-looks at new episodes. The Bait has all the insider info that Catch fans love.
Life isn't easy for the gold dredgers in the frontier town of Nome, Alaska, where a modern day gold rush is underway. But that doesn't stop them from hunting gold in one of the world's most inhospitable places - the bottom of the frozen Bering Sea.
Host Matt Rogers discusses the highs and lows of the mining season with Todd Hoffman, Parker Schnabel, Tony Beets and their crews.
Hidden deep in the wilderness of Alaska is the toughest town in America: McCarthy. Only 42 residents brave the extreme conditions. They are mavericks, trailblazers, risk takers and rabble rousers, all trying to escape their past by surviving at the end of America.
The Kilcher family settled in an isolated community outside of Homer, Alaska 80 years ago, seeking a more free and simple way of life. Experience life off the grid as the Kilcher family works together to survive as homesteaders in the Alaskan wilderness.
Follow the lives of ambitious miners as they head north in pursuit of gold. With new miners, new claims, new machines and new ways to pull gold out of the ground, the stakes are higher than ever. But will big risks lead to an even bigger pay out?
How far would you go to live free? Just 60 miles from the Arctic Circle lies a town on the edge of civilization: Tanana, Alaska. This frozen village of 200 people is part of an unknown America where men hunt and trap to survive, subsisting like modern day cavemen.